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February 2011 Community Meeting

posted Feb 4, 2011, 9:24 AM by Reid Serozi   [ updated Feb 4, 2011, 9:36 AM ]

Hi Neighbors, 

Do you walk your dog, or run, or walk for exercise, or just to get there from here? Are you concerned about pedestrian safety? Do you wonder what's going on (or not going on) with the business strip between Boundary and Franklin? Are you curious about businesses; soon-to be, new, or established in our neighborhood? What about this City Farm we've been hearing about? 
Would you like an update on any crime in the area? And what's up with the new Mordecai Park Interpretive Center? 

Almost all of these issues will be addressed at the next CAC meeting Tuesday February 8th, 7:30-8:45 pm at the Methodist church on the corner of Bloodworth and Sasser. We meet in a room on the bottom floor by the small parking lot on Sasser. 

It doesn't matter if you rent or own, if you live in or near the Mordecai CAC boundary you are welcome to attend. There is no requirement to become involved, if you just want to hear about what's going on that's fine. 

Here is a link to the February meeting agenda

I hope to see new faces on Tuesday,

Rebekah

Meeting Information

When: Tue FEB 8 @ 7:30pm – 8:45pm 
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church, 824 North Bloodworth St

Hot Topics

Traffic and Planning Initiatives within the Community

Ken Bowers - - Deputy Director City of Raleigh Planning Dept.
Eric Lamb - - Transportation Services Manager

Ken and Eric will speak on planning and traffic initiatives within our CAC boundaries. Ken will discuss the Capital Blvd Corridor Study currently underway and the upcoming Wake Forest Road/Person and Blount Street Corridor Study which will begin scoping in Summer 2011. Eric will speak on streetscaping and traffic calming priority listings and address traffic concerns recently submitted to the traffic committee.

Raleigh City Farm

Members from the Raleigh City Farm are looking at starting a small urban farm in the heart of the Mordecai CAC District. A proposed 1.3 acre lot is located on the west side of the abandon North Person Shopping along Blount Street.

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